The Anti Surcharge Restaurant

We've had health care surcharges and water surcharges, but now Frank Klein is flipping the tables and implementing a thought-provoking price system at Fish & Farm.

Klein describes the new, all-inclusive menu to Bauer thusly: "No surcharges, no extras, no nothing above what it says on the menu ... We are going to become the anti-surcharge restaurant."

Tax and tips will be built into the menu prices as well. Yay/nay? The downtown San Francisco restaurant features seafood and artisian meats and serves everything from raw oysters to marinated quail to even something for our vegeterian friends. Find out more about them on their Web site.

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